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book, or even commented on social media. thank you very much. and thanks to our very small yet talented group of producers who made this special so special. tony, amanda, kyle, great job, . good evening, everybody. i'm 0 dloubs. donald trump's week just got a lot better and it was going pretty well to begin with. the republican nominee has been rising in the polls as hillary's scandals and health scares dominate the headlines. tonight more good news for donald trump. a brand new fox news poll shows trump with a one-point lead over clinton among likely voters in a head-to-head match-up. this is the first time that fox news has polled likely voters. at the beginning of august clinton led trump by ten points among registered voters in the fox poll. she's lost that lead and another
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point as well. it's bean busy day for trump who earlier in the day was in new york where he outlined his plan to create 25 million jobs and create 4% economic growth. trump supporter congressman marsha blackburn will join me here in moments. also among my guests to assess the trump tax plan, trump's aspirations for our economy and brand now prosperity for all americans my special guest wilbur ross. and today marking the return of hillary clinton to the campaign trail. her return did not go particularly well. the democratic nominee speaking to supporters in north carolina where she tried to dispel concerns about her health. >> as you may know, i recently had a cough that turned out to be pneumonia. i tried to power through it. but even i had to admit that
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maybe a few days of rest would do me good. >> well, do you think voters will buy that? do you buy that? our favorite politico is taking up the question. they join me later in the broadcast. our top story, donald trump today laying out his economic policy with considerable detail calling for a splash of tax rates, regulations to boost economic growth flashed as well. the republican nominee bashing the president's policy of globalism that he says has destroyed american jobs and wealth while enriching other nations. trump touted the benefits to our workers and american families of his new policy of americanism and america first. trump tore into ford and the carmaker's recent decision to move all of its small car production to mexico. once again delivering this stark assessment first made in flint, michigan last night.
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>> but to think that ford is moving its small car division is a disgrace, disgraceful. it's disgraceful our politicians are allowing them to get away with it. it used to be cars were made in flint and you couldn't drink the water in mexico. now cars are made in mexico, and you can't drink the water in flint. >> our first guest tonight praising trump's pro american trade policy, she was on stage with trump this week as he unveiled his new child care and elder care plan. joining us tonight, congressman marsha blackburn of tennessee. she's the vice chair of the house energy and commerce committee. great to have you with us. let me start with 4% growth, 25 million new jobs. i mean this is music to all our ears and particularly our middle class and working families.
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how achievable do you think it is? >> i think it's very achievable. you know, lou, we talked before there's that old equation, less regulation plus lesls litigatio equals more job creation. that's what donald trump rolled out in that speech today. people were excited to hear it. they were excited to find out about tax rates and know what he's going to do with the individual income tax rate, touched on cap gains, elimination of death tax. i think those are all positive steps. >> all of that is well and good and most people want to hear that and have a rationale for it. putting some specificity around 25 million jobs, 4% growth rate rather than being asked as our current leaders have to accept a so-called new normal. there's nothing normal about what we're doing. this is a period of anomaly in
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american economic history and donald trump has been the only candidate talking about that reality and talking about the potential represented by so many of our unemployed, millions upon millions of them and the potential of this economy to once again be achieving 4% growth. but it can't to be done without following his policy that he articulated first and now brings forward which is america first and talking about fair trade deals. >> that's very true. and making certain that the trade deals are going to be pro america. making certain that the child care policies are pro family. making certain that economic policies are pro workers. those are all things that are going to make a big difference. and i got to tell you too, i think one of the things that's going to make a difference which a president donald trump is the american people are going to go back and grab that can do attitude that has made this
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country great. they will believe that they and their employers are going to be able to do this. new start businesses are going to believe that there's going to be somebody to help them fight back against bureaucrats so that they can see those dreams come true and build those companies. >> and at one time, congresswoman, you and i would have been talking about the bureaucrats but now the american workers is fighting against so many people and american families. >> that's right. >> it's bureaucrats, it's politicians, it's the left, it's the liberals, it's media, it's foreign competition being welcomed into this country. and you ask which of our jobs would you like to take back, how much wealth would you like to result with trade deals with this country. and donald trump a fresh and powerful voice for the first time looking to move towards the white house and the oval office saying enough. we're going to put americans and america first. and the question arises, it's a
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question we can't entertain with any specificity tonight it's too long of a question built how in the world did we get to the point according to one report the third most depressed nation in the world instead of the most optimistic and a guiding light? how did we get to be a country that was transforming its wealth rather than creating it. it's amazing that this is a situation all americans must confront as we move towards election day. >> that's right. and, you know, liberals do this incrementally. theychink away a little bit at a time at our freedoms. they take a little bit more freedom. you go back and look at john locke. what did he say? that the law should not be there to restrain and obstruct. the law should be there to preserve and enlarge freedom. that is what we need to return
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to, is understanding that the law should be there from text the people to enlarge freedom. to allow people -- >> we can't do that -- the great thing congresswoman -- the great thing is we have a candidate who is talking straight, identifying the problems, bringing forward solutions and cutting through the nonsense and the pablum. and hallelujah. we'll find out if the american people are smart enough to listen and come to vote november 8th. >> the polls are saying that it's hamg that way. he's up five point in ohio. he's up in maine. he's up in florida. he's up in georgia. he's up in north carolina. i like these trend lines. i think the american people are waking up and saying we want to get this country on the right track. we're tired of wage stagnation, economic stagnation. we're tired of making certain that we have to wait to find out what the federal government is going to do. we're ready to put america
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first, we're ready to get back to work. >> congresswoman, good to have you with us. thanks so much. breaking tonight the federal government issuing an official recall of samsung's explosive galaxy note 7 telephone. smartphone. the government recall comes nearly two weeks after the south korean company itself issued a global recall of those smartphones. the government is only two weeks late, that's the headline here but they are making a big deal out of their move. the consumer products safety commission did so without even complimenting samsung for finally issuing the recall itself. it's received 92 reports of batteries over heating in this country clueding 26 reports of burns, fires and cars and garages. one report at this point of one exploding as well. we're coming right back. much more, a lot more straight ahead. stay with us.
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>> donald trump today unveiled his plan to revive this economy. he said it's time to eliminate obama's job killing policies. and put america and americans first. >> we must replace the present policy of globalism. it's just taken so many jobs out of our communities and replace it with a new policy of americanism. >> billionaire investor wilbur ross will tell us what he thinks of it all. he joins me next. and this daredevil is about to take us on a high-speed stomach turning ride high above the french alps. we'll bring the breathtaking video and much more. we'll be right bac
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donald trump earlier today laying out his goal for strong economic growth in this country restoring prosperity for all, the republican nominee also hitting hillary clinton. he said her ideas won't create jobs, won't create wealth for american workers. >> under our plan the economy will average 3.5% growth and create a total of 25 million new jobs. our plan will produce paychecks
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and they are going to being a great paychecks. the only thing she can offer is a welfare check. that's about it. >> joining us tonight to assess donald trump's plans and our currents economy and the prospects for the return of prosperity, billionaire investor wilbur ross, chairman and ceo of w.r. ross and company one of the world's leading private equity firms. he's their leader, also a presidential trustee for the trump victory committee. wilbur good to have you here. i got to say, it is great to hear a presidential candidate stand up and say he's talking about or if it were hillary clinton and she had a way to do it, talk about restoring prosperity to this country instead of wailing on about welfare checks, talking about some sort of government support for another program. it is refreshing to here we don't have to accept obama's new
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normal which is dismal. >> not only refreshing but real. >> 4% growth, 3.5% growth, how do we get there and how quickly can we? >> we get there pretty easily. regulatory reform, $2 trillion a year of wasted money in regulation. just cut-out 10% of that, that's $200 billion a year pre-tax profits. run that through the income statement, that's a lot more dividends to come but more importantly a lot more capital expenditures to come. >> capital expenditures which usually and typically invite investment in america and that investment then would create jobs. >> yes. >> but we have a corporate america right now that won't repatriate its profits overseas, 2.5 trillion remains in accounts offshore around the globe. instead of being invested in this country, creating those jobs in a dynamic economy. >> that's right.
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>> how does donald trump change it and how does corporate america change its direction? >> here's how donald will change it. he'll cut the rate on repatriation to 10%. 10% is not a bad number for bringing things back. nobody is going to bring it back at 35%. these people, these companies have already paid tax in whatever foreign country they are in. so it isn't like this is pre-tax money, it's money that's already been taxed. >> but at the same time, those companies were not innocents abroad if i can use the expression. they knew what the tax rate would be. they made a conscious decision to defer investment of that money and refuse to repatriate that money. 10% is an incentive to do so. it's going to take more than that don't you think? >> it will. he's doing that. now when you get it back and can reinvest it, because of the new
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15% rate, 85% of pre-tax comes down to post-tax. before it was only 65%. what does that mean? that means in plain terms any given investment makes up a 30% post-tax rate of return than before. that's a huge incentive. >> 10% is 50% better than even under the new tax rate that would accompany the trump presidency. >> exactly. this is exciting to think about. the american economy with leaders that are now dower, depressive and so dismissive of american exceptionalism and ambitions of a middle class and those who aspire to it. it is nice, it is wonderful, it is beautiful to see this kind of energy being discussed. >> absolutely. >> and at least implied by a presidential candidate.
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>> more than implied. i thought he summed it up beautifully when he said in flint, michigan, it used to be you made cars there and you could drink the water. now they make the cars in mexico and you can't drink the water in flint. >> i think he summed up the case for this contest between hillary clinton and himself. >> right. >> the status quo that has created bad water in flint, michigan and moved cars to mexico and on that very same day the ceo of ford motors announcing they are moving their small car production in north america south of the border. >> right. >> what kind of nonsense is that from corporate america? what does it say about the regard of corporate america for middle class americans for this country, for its economic interests and future? >> well, i think he probably did it when he could still get away it because under the present regime they will do nothing about it. so i think it's probably a
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desperation move to get out of the country as much as he can in case donald wins. >> by the way mark fields, i think he's a terrific ceo but this is one of the issues with corporate america right now it has leaders who don't give a damn about the rest of the country and certainly the workers who depend upon production to generate more wealth. >> that's for sure. corporate america, the big reason why corporate america supports all these nutty free trade agreements is they have the luxury to move the factory to the other jurisdictions. >> they can arbitrage labor. they can drive the middle class lower. >> and pay lower tax. >> it's good to see the prospect of something better for everyone. it's about time we got a donald trump. what took him so long anyway? >> well he had to grow into the
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job. >> you got it. wilbur, thanks so much for being with us. appreciate it. is he going to win? >> i think so. i told you that the last time. >> you've been telling me that ever since you got going. you made me a believer. thanks so much. wilbur ross. follow me on twitter @lou dobbs, follow me on instagram. links on everything found @al w @loudobbs.com. one dare definitely showcasing his skills above the french alps. speed flyer swoops around about 9,000 above sea level. wow. he's twirling with a chute above him a very small special chute that allows him to do so. the strong winds spinning and twisting him as he glides over the rocky terrain down the mountain. speed flying has elements of para gliding and skydiving.
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the parachute is smaller and easier to control and also a lot of air quickly swooping beneath this canopy. don't try this at home as they say. up next donald trump questioning hillary clinton's stamina to be president. >> i don't know, folks. you think hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this? i don't know. i don't think so. clinton and her well mounting troubles the subject of my commentary here next. stay with us we're coming back with a lot more and you don't want to miss a moment of it. stay with us.
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nugts on hillary's return to the campaign. first of all, what is the deal here? she travels to north carolina and d.c. less than a week after her pneumonia diagnosis and just four days after that diagnosis
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was revealed to the world as she collapsed while trying to escape unnoticed from a september 11th memorial service in new york. didn't happen. here she is. there she is. collapsing. and being thrown into the getaway van by her secret service detail and attending staff. it's an extraordinary image. and the campaign today trying to spin out her conva leabsence sa sharpen the final argument clinton will present to voters. end quote. but it was her return to the campaign trail that needed the sharpening. the democratic nominee incredibly today touting her openness and transparency during an interview on the tom joiner morning show. listen to what appears to be an unrepentant sequiter and privateer. >> i think i worked very, very
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hard to be more transparent than not just my opponent, but really in a comparison to anybody who's run. >> well that covers quite a number of folks doesn't it. good lord. i mean that borders on the delusional, done it? how delusional? even her own daughter admitted she didn't know her mother had pneumonia until she showed up on the door step of chelsea's apartment suddenly sunday morning with staff and secret service in tow. such is the life of a clinton mother or daughter. never mind hillary's you wanter lack of transparency of twins her state department and the clinton foundation as well as her private e-mail serverer and all the bits a s and bytes she this bleached away. she said she won't discuss colin powell's leaked emails. she claims she's spent a lot of
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time talking about her own personal emails, thank you very much. except she's responsible, isn't she, for erasing more than half of those emails, deleting in the most final way possible, apparently, bleach bitten, if you will. bleach bitten it sounds like a german word for vanished. clinton returned to a spate of bad polls. the latest one shows clinton trailing by eight points in iowa and brand new fox new polls tonight shows clinton and trump in a virtual tie. trump pulling ahead of clinton by one point in the head-to-head match up while she's ahead by a single point in the four way race. this looks like, if you will, the inflection point in this election cycle. trump hitting his stride, hitting the right notes, his voice resonating with the electorate and clinton stumbling, tripping a bit on her high wire act with the truth and facing the prospect of losing once again.
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just when all that power, all she's ever sought seemed within reach, now possibly slipping away. our quotation of the evening this one from thomas jefferson. he said quote, experience has shown that even under the best forms of government those entrusted with power have in time and by slow operations perverted it into tyranny. a thought for those who might still believe our executive branch hasn't yet become excessively inferior, a third term in prospect, it makes you worried doesn't it? we're coming right back. >> chelsea clinton isn't exactly helping her mother to dispel concerns about her health. >> i don't think i've ever seen her so tired. i didn't even know she had pneumonia until she came to my apartment. >> is clinton fit to run for president let alone be president. and will she ever come clean
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with the american people about the state of her health? ebony williams and chris plant take those issues up with us here next. and this fisherman about to get a big surprise. we'll show you what happens next in the video that's upcoming. in the video that's upcoming. a lot more straight ahead what is success? in the video that's upcoming. a lot more straight ahead is it a professor who never stops being a student? is it a caregiver determined to take care of her own? or is it a lifetime of work that blazes the path to your passions? your personal success takes a financial partner who values it as much as you do. learn more at tiaa.org thwow, it's nice.ew 2016 chevy malibu. let's check it out. do any of you have kids? i do yes. this car has a feature built in called teen driver technology, which lets parent's see how their teens are driving. oh, that's smart.
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it even mutes the radio until the seat belt is fastened. will it keep track of how many boys get it in the car? (laughter) cause that could be useful. this is ahead of what my audi has for sure. wish my beamer had that. i didn't even know that technology existed. i'm not in the market for a car but now i may be.
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i did what i had to do to survive. i never thought that i could go back to school and get it, you know? my sister, my mother, everybody wanted to help me with my kids. group: surprise! angela: i could not have gotten my diploma without my family. sister: you're winning today! mother: we're so very proud of you and love you so much. angela: yeah it's hard, but don't be afraid. keep on going and keep on trying. you can do anything you want. narrator: find free adult education classes near you at finishyourdiploma.org. . the department of homeland security accused of holding back a damning report of illegal
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immigrants who successfully crossed our southern border with mexico. fox news learned the reports half of adults who crossed the border make it and that's a far cry from what the dhs has been claiming saying 80% apprehended. one source tells fox that the dhs, the department of homeland security is suppressing the report for political reasons. no! no. they are saying that to help elect donald trump. they wouldn't do that surely. there you are. that's how pathetic things have gotten in the world of presidential politics. joining me now the host of the chris plante show, wmal chris plante attorney fox news contributor ebony williams, great to have you both here. ebonn ebony, come on we'll learn the entire administration is politicized through the whole department. how about the commerce
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department, labor department reporting on job creation, economic growth. irs. >> unemployment numbers. bureau of labor statistics. bureau of justice statistics. politicizing them. >> the fbi. it's sad that -- it's sarcasm but i think a significant amount of americans are legitimately curious about these things. >> let me be clear. i wasn't be sarcastic. i think this government is politicized from a to z, from top to bottom. i think that this administration is carrying out a ruse on the american people. >> the administration, lou, i think for me is one thing. when you look at things should be apolitical like the fbi, like the department of justice. >> the most politicized part of this administration. >> that's the part for me as a lawyer now putting my lawyer hat on breaks my heart because the american people deserve better than that. >> as an american, it should break all of our hearts.
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it's horrifying what's happened during this administration. this is the left the genuine and authentic lhe levers of power and use and abuse the departments and agencies to advantage the democrat party. lois lerner destroying emails. they destroy evidence. they scoff at congress sending out subpoenas. they plead the fifth amendment. it's good to be a democrat. if this were a republican administration this would be a scandal. >> this is my question, chris and i hear what you're saying and i'm not going to push back too hard. the left is only one half of the equation. what does it say about washington certainly that this is at play? >> i'm with you 100%. let me say i was talking about this on my radio show today or yesterday. in washington -- >> are you bringing up your radio show? are you kidding me? >> not the first time i thought
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about it. >> no fresh thought from chris plante. on his radio show a couple of days ago. >> let's get to donald trump. a lie is as good as the truth in washington these days as long as you can get away with it. >> we're talking about the clinton cartel. we're talking about the obama administration that in every department has politicized it. we're talking about corruption that extends to both parties through the establishment, through the chamber of commerce, the business roundtable, the afl-cio, wall street, big donors, corporate america, you name it and the truth of the matter is if we didn't have donald trump, to put it plainly, this country would be in a world of hurt. we're hurting, but the fact is we got a way out. ebony will we see donald trump succeed or will we see this
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rotten just corrupt nasty incompetent government in washington, d.c. suddenly be confronted and hopefully fixed? >> i'll tell you this, lou. the success mr. trump is enjoying despite what you think about his politics is rightfully because of what you're pointing out. people feel like there's so many on the left and some on the right that gain so significantly by the status quo. they are sick of it and tired of it. and if it's donald trump that will change it many people are willing to say so be it. >> the lives of the new normal. we exact it as voters and taxpayers. democrats have become generally become conservatively about being lied about everything. they don't care. they assume they are being lied to, okay with it and get lunch. >> they get an indication that they themselves are lying, those who are members of this administration. we're watching john get a deal from congress on impeachment so
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they can talk to him and hear how he did it. i mean, there are levels of absurdity here that are breathtaking but none rise to the level of the corruption that envelopes our city washington, d.c. chris plante, ebony williams, thanks for being with us. a reminder to be on high alert when on the high seas as this fisherman find out. whoa. seal jumping a few feet from the man's small boat. pulling up his line when the playful seal sprung out of the water more than a few times. i love it. but, you know what? it's all happening behind him. why not turn around partner, get that boat around. please roll the video. a daredevil performing a jaw dropping jaunt without safety equipment of any kind. i don't understand these people but i want to share this with
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you. watch as this thrill seeker balances on a ladder, perched over a raging 900-foot waterfall in norway. he's a professional balancer, one would hope so. apsychiatrist butting his success to yoga, meditation and i think a certain, just a small amount of courage, guts. up next donald trump is confident he'll win the white house come november. >> there's a movement, states are in play that no republican has ever come close to winning. states are in play that the republicans fly over those states. me we're going to land there and do a little fun. our next guest has been correctly forecasting presidential election outcomes for the past two decades. who is going to win this year? he joins me to tell us here
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new polls show donald trump now leading in a number of key battleground states, closing elsewhere. the republican nominee celebrating in last night's ohio
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rally. >> we have a lot of states in play that are not usually in play, in fact for many, many decades in some cases, just not in play for republicans and they are really in play for us. i think we're going to have an unbelievable november 8th. got to get out and vote. got to get out. >> my next guest says a trump victory in november is a virtual certainty and his election predictor has been right for the past two decades. joining us tonight is helmet northrup a political science professor. good to have you with us. we're watching extraordinary numbers reverse in these polls and in very quick order. we're talking about florida, we're talking about ohio where he is moving strongly. michigan is now in play. nationally in one poll a tracking poll the "los angeles
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times," six-point lead for crine out loud and a poll by fox gnaws one-point lead in the head-to-head match-up and one-point deficit in four way. he's looking unbelievably strong after being in effective despair two weeks ago. your thoughts. >> well, the forecast that i made relied on a comparison of the strength of the two candidates and i always said donald trump was the stronger candidate that was shown in the primaries. he did much better in the primaries relative to the opposition he had than hillary clinton. so i always thought he had the stronger hand and just seems to be coming through right now. >> in that regard, he out performed his polling in the last half of the primary season by doing much better than the polls suggested in the actual
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elections. do you expect that phenomenon to be replicated in the general election november 8th? >> well i always feel that the polls are sort of lagging in capturing donald trump's appeal, and as you mentioned, you mentioned the "los angeles times" poll. the polls that use the internet are usually quite different from the telephone polls. telephone polls have a very difficult time reaching the public these days. people don't pick up their phone any more. so i'm really skeptical about the polls. >> one of the biggest outliars in this election so far and i'm not saying they are wrong, "the washington post"/abc poll continues to be away from the pack. they may be proved right, they may be proved wrong but all we do know right now they are an out liar and regarded as one of the traditional strongest polls. i won what's going on.
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>> one thing you want to look at when you see a poll is what's the division by democrats and republicans. it tells you a lot. i mean if the democrats have a lead of ten points or more in a poll well you know somebody is -- hillary is way ahead. i would say any poll that has democrats ahead by more than four or five points i would be very skeptical because that's just not right. >> now we know one thing here on the lou dobbs "tonight show" and that's if your expectations do not conform to those of held mutt northun you are in all sense based on the past two decades be proved wrong on november 9th. good to have you. please roll the video a daredevil creating his own high
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octane movie. watch as this driver zooms through an industrial park, drifts in front of the oncoming train. he then does a series of stomach churning doughnuts so close to intelligent of the peer as his back tire nearly -- i got to tell you. some day we have to meet all these people. who in the world think of these things. who in the world is crazy enough to do it. but thank you, thank you very much. we appreciate it. and we'll take a look at a team of daredevils. whoa, look at this. heck of a place to play basketball. i'm liking this. duck. watch as the acrobatic basketball team executes a flawless series of dunks on a speeding train in slovenia. the trick shot artist run, jump,
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flip balancing on a train over 100 feet off the ground as they go across this bridge. just to add a little spice. beautiful country. and quite amazing athletes. up next donald trump moments ago taking issue with the president's work ethic. >> i watched obama yesterday. why isn't he working? why isn't he working? instead of campaigning for crooked hillary? why? why? who is paying for that big plane that comes in? i just wonder. we'll take up those questions and the answers. tony and morgan among our guests here next. stay with us. (announcer vo) who says your desk phone
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in our online poll last night we ask you do you believe the clinton campaign is motorially wounded. 82% say yes, it is. to assess that question as well as many others joining us republican campaign strategist fox news contributor tony and national co-chair morgan ortega. we know now this did yuel over health has been resolved. one candidate is in convalescence and the other is on dr. oz with people regaling
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the state of his health. what do you think? >> i think it's a brilliant move for him to go on dr. oz. women like to watch the show. men watch the show. every day he's talking about his health is a day that her health stays in the news as well. he has to be careful about how he does it. it's more appropriate to shine the light on his health and let that continue the story about hers. >> every candidate seeks it. comparison and differentiation and this couldn't be more positive for him. >> certainly. also the bigger problem for hillary clinton is at least at this point beyond her health is the way the campaign responded to the questions surrounding it. where would we be in this conversation if there wasn't actually video footage of her collapsing and then being rushed into this van. >> where would we be without the man who took that, a civilian, not from a national media organization because the national media had gone along
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with the prohibition on video of the event. most mindless thing i've seen happen collectively in the media. >> since then the clinton campaign's lie about her health and lack of transparency around i want has been criticized by who? david axelrod saying it's an unhealthy amount of lack of transparency. >> i thought it was a clever thing that axelrod did. he talked about the penchant for privacy when he's talking about the penchant to lie, to cover up. this is the clintons. this is who they are. and has been revealed for all of america to see. is there any way in the world she can overkoimt. >> she's blown a double digit lead since her convention. the polls are tightening. i think that was bound to happen. tony and i were talking about this earlier. >> this is america. >> i think this is like the super bowl. i think that it's going to go back and forth. i don't think anybody is going
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to run up the score. i think it will be close to election day and we're all holding our brett. the close ones are more fun. >> i'm not sure that necessarily holds this time because i don't see anyway in which she can create a narrative that overcomes her health, overcomes the cover up, overcomes the scandals that are unrelenting. it's been going on. this is not one year. this is not one month. this is decade after decade of something called the clintons. >> what do you have happening at the exact same time on the trump side, lou? a much more spined campaign focused on policy announcements just yesterday his child care tax credit with ivanka. >> let me show you this both. i didn't show to it in the green room. and that is what donald trump said and i really believe this. his statement today, folks, i believe is the essence of this campaign. and let's look at what he said
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about contrasting mexico and detroit because this is it. >> it used to be cars were made in flint and you count drink the water in mexico. now the cars are made in mexico and you can drink water in flint. that's not good. i can't tell you, he has summed up what is happening to this country and the idiots, the establishment and by the way if i may say to ford motor, mark shields the ceo who is otherwise a good guy just made the announcement today in one of the worst moments of timing i've ever seen ford is moving all of its small car production in north america to mexico. what do you do with people who are that indifferent and tone deaf to what the american people need and want? >> i thought we had this epiphany after the financial crisis that we needed to make things in america again. i think that's where we're
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going. >> you create a political movement and throw the bums out and that's what donald trump has done. >> thank you both. good night from new york. >> health care is a right of all people. john: it is? is for educational sore right in childcare, housing, cell phones? what are your rights? the founder said life, liberty and pursuit of happiness. they later added freedom of speech religion the right to bear arms protection from unreasonable searches. the founders wanted protections from power politicians. recent edit checks and balances to the constitution. presidents can create laws unless congress approves them.

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